Keith Lichtman Brings his A-Game to a 3,200-Square-Foot-Loft in SoHo
Interior designer Keith Lichtman of KL Interiors made a neutral palette pop with a modern mix of textures and patterns.
Glenn Gissler's Brings a Global Aesthetic to a Union Square Apartment
Glenn Gissler designs a Union Square home for a young banker that reflects an understated sensibility and worldly views.
Architecture firm BarlisWedlick and Designer Martin Raffone Add an Urban Appeal to a Rural Home
Architects Alan Barlis and Dennis Wedlick create a modern retreat with a touch of farmhouse for a New York City couple.
Alan Tanksley Brings a Fresh Point of View to an Upper East Side Home
A serendipitious encounter brings interior designer Alan Tanksley a highly-coveted project on the Upper East Side.
Artist Seton Smith's Minimalistic Lower East Side Apartment
Photographer Seton Smith's home on the Lower East Side is a reflection of her artistic point of view.
Q&A with Nancy Lahaie and Marie-Claude Marchand from deiNERI
deiNERI is introducing stand'ART—a freestanding system that takes paintings, photographs and visual art off the wall for the very first time.
Architect Andre Kikoski's Top Picks from The Stockholm Furniture Fair
The Stockholm Furniture Fair underscores a new direction in design with trends in the bold use of colors, an embrace of contemporary geometry, and innovative experimentation with often-overlooked materials.
Q&A with Paris Forino on the Design of the Residences at 389 East 89th Street in NYC.
Interior designer Paris Forino talks about her approach to capturing luxurious Upper East Side living in her design of the residences at 389 East 89th Street in New York City.
Q&A With Meridith Baer, Home Stager Extraordinaire
Meridith Baer is known for staging homes and getting them sold in record speed—with a record 1800 homes staged in one year, here, she answers our questions on how it all works.